We've been full timing since January, and for the first few months observed the occasional rented RV on the road or in the campground, without giving it much thought. However, in the past few weeks we have been seeing more and more rentals. This week in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, it seems there are more rentals than personal RV's on the road. I think its great that families who do not own an RV are at least trying the experience. However, I'm becoming concerned and frustrated about how many of them are being driven and used. Since they generally don't have toads, the RV is used as the "get around" vehicle during the day, and in a lot of cases gets driven and parked like it was a small car. I'm also seeing that in the campgrounds we use there are surprisingly few rental units, leaving me to assume they are mostly boondocking, which is illegal in the National Parks as far as I know.
Am I being paranoid, or is this a real problem?
Bruce Dickson 2013 Thor Challenger 37GT, 5 Star Tune, Safe-T-Plus Steering Control with Air Trim, Roadmaster front and rear Sway Bars, SuperSteer rear Track Bar, Crossfires, 2012 Honda CRV on Blue Ox Aventa LX tow bar. Full timers since Jan 2012.